Autel Selects Qmerit for Turnkey Home Charger Installations

Autel Selects Qmerit for Turnkey Home Charger Installations

Qmerit's network of certified electricians have installed over 260,000 EV home chargers in North America.

Autel Energy, developer of residential and commercial electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions, announced it has partnered with Qmerit, a nationwide network of certified EV charger installers, to provide customers with a seamless, stress-free home charger installation.

Qmerit’s network of certified electricians have installed over 260,000 EV home chargers and covers more than 2,600 locations in North America.

Qmerit offers a network of company-owned contractors, independent Certified Solutions Partners, and Certified Installers skilled in system implementation and integration. Via Autel’s website (Autelenergy.com), MaxiCharger customers can initiate the installation process with questions directed to gauge a customer’s home electrical status and installation needs. Qmerit uses that information to match the customer with the best installer, according to Autel Energy.

“Our partnership with Qmerit is another element of our commitment to providing world-class customer service throughout the entire buying process. Their turnkey approach to charger installation will ensure our customers a seamless charging installation experience performed by a certified professional that will install our chargers quickly and safely,” said Autel chief operating officer John Thomas.

Autel Energy says its MaxiChargers are Energy Star certified, safety-tested to UL standards, and WiFi-enabled. Available in flexible 40 Amp and 50 Amp configurations, the MaxiCharger is compatible with all plug-in EVs and features innovative software solutions that are the hallmark of all Autel products. Available to be installed indoors or out, all units feature a 25-foot charging cable enabling flexible parking configurations. The MaxiCharger can charge EVs up to nine times faster than a standard outlet, Autel Energy adds.

For more information, visit autelenergy.com.

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